Interior Design Tips For First-time Homeowners. Moving into your first home is a real thrill. Whether you are enjoying the freedom of living alone or sharing the experience with someone else, your first home is magical. Once the move has taken place, you will naturally want to decorate your home to give it your personal touch. In fact, it is wise to think about the interior design of your first home before you actually move in. This will ensure that you are all prepared and ready to make it as cozy as you like. The way that you decorate your first home is so crucial in making sure that you enjoy living there and that it reflects your personality.
15 Inspirational Bed Designs To Help You In Your Choice. We spend one third of the life in bed and that's why choosing a quality bed is very important. Beside that, it is the place where we sleep and rest, the central element of your intimate space of the apartment and the sleeping room. Apart from that the bed is expected to meet the aesthetic criteria, it must be functional so that the body can relax and regenerate during sleep. The trends in decorating the bedrooms, if the possibilities allow, advocate just a little furniture as possible in the room. More specifically, wardrobes and cabinets are not desirable in the bedrooms, especially bookshelves or work desks, and the bed must have a central place in the room. Ideal bed position is in the middle of the bedroom, but some people can not afford that, because of the lack of the space. Choosing a bed is not just only a purchase of the furniture pieces where you will sleep. This is more of a long-term investment, so look carefully and try to choose the best and the most comfortable bed. The longer it lasted – the better you invested. Take a look below and see some inspirational examples that might help you in your choice.
Tourist Information in South Germany: Modern symbol of a culture-rich city. DIA – Dittel Architekten – a German studio based in Stuttgart, has designed a new Tourist Information Center for the town of Schwäbisch Hall, located in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The goal of the new concept is to create a space that can convey the identity of the city through digital and analog content. The modern design will provide an overview of the space immediately after the visitors enter the center. It also holds a space for merchandise display and presentation. Let's see what the architects have to say about it.
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